If you were to get a Urinary Tract Infection after using a spermicidal condom could the lab determine if you've had sex or not from your urine sample?
There would be no reason for a lab to test for whether or not you recently had sex. There is no diagnostic reason to ask that question in the lab setting and no test specifically designed to test for sexual conduct. However, there are urine tests that can detect gonorrhea or chlamydia; a positive test for either disease or a few others is a pretty good indicator that sex occurred - but if you properly used the condom, it's almost impossible to transmit/receive those kind diseases in the genitourinary tract. I'm re-reading the question over and over and I wonder if the real issue is that you don't want it to be known that you had sex. If that is the case, you should be OK - UTIs occur even in the absence of sexual activity.
It just depends how sensitive you are 'down there'. If you get really sore just using a normal condom once or twice a day then using a spermicidal condom will likely irritate you and make you really sore. It differs from person to person. But if you don't get sore then it should be fine to use it a couple times a day. But after using a spermicidal condom, always clean yourself after because spermicide…
Yes, Its nothing he did. Its simply bacteria that got into the urinary tract (urinary tract infection: (UTI) and progressed to the bladder/kidneys. The condom could have had bacteria on it... but then again so could have the sheets or yalls hands or anything that touched your pee hole. Good luck and happy cranberry juice to ya.
What are the chances of pregnancy if you use two condoms and the second one is not a spermacidal condom and it breaks during your fertile period?
Hello, I am slightly confused about you using two condoms during intercourse. If you mean your partner was wearing two condoms, one spermicidal and one not spermicidal and the non-spermicidal condom broke, then this is nothing to worry about because your boyfriend was already wearing a second condom which will protect sperm from entering your Vagina.
If you use a spermicidal condom does some of the spermicide from the condom remain inside the female for a little while or does it just stop killing sperm one the condom is taken out of the female?
What if your boyfriend put it in for a minute without a condom and then put a spermicidal condom on would it kill anything that could have gotten inside you?
You used a condom and after some days you felt the burning sensation when urinating. What could be the problem?
They increase the protection by about 5 % I think and the box even tells you that the condoms with spermicidal lubricant are not to be used in place of a vaginal spermicide in combination with a condom the spermicidal lubricant is just there to add a little more insurance in case the condom breaks but as you know many people still do get pregnant so use a more reliable form of birth control in…
If you mean penile penetration into the vagina or anus without a condom and your penis starts to burn, it is possible your partner has a vaginal infection OR the E Coli in the rectum is irritating your skin. If a woman has vaginal yeast infection, she will have a white clumpy discharge. If greenish, it is a trichomonis infection ("trich" pronounced like "trick" but spelled with an h). A female's fluid should be mostly…
It is safe to go from the vagina to the anus during sex. But if you go from the anus BACK to the vagina, bacteria from the anus can cause urinary tract infection or bladder infection. Use a condom. Make sure you use a new condom when going from anus to vagina during sex. If you are trying to conceive, make sure the male cleanses his penis with mild soap and warm water before making…
Chance girlfriend is pregnant. Spermicidal condom with leakage out of back of condom. Sperm touched the vagina little to none. I am just really scared?
Contraceptive pills seem dangerous is there nything that won't alter my health that i could use additional to condom?
A spermicidal condom came off inside of you He did not finish you dont think he precame either IMy period should be soon Is there a chance im preg?
If used correctly, they are 97% effective. The good thing about the spermicidal condoms are if the condom leaks or breaks, your chances of getting pregnant are still somewhat slim because the spermicide may kill the sperm that 'got away'. Also, condoms are the only protection one gets against STDs. The thing is, when used often, spermicide is harmful to the vagina.
If you're using a condom with a spermicidal lubricant, it kills some of the sperm but not 100%. If you're using a condom without spermicidal lubricant, then the sperm will live until the semen dries. This also depends on room temp and humidity. Bottom line guys: After you have sex, take the condom off and throw it away yourself. Don't trust her to do it for you or you might get a big surpise down…